Legacy of 9/11 still poses challenges to business

Dan Ostergaard helped stand up the Department of Homeland Security following the 9-11 terror attacks. (Photo by Chuck Crumbo)Business still goes on despite the challenges presented by new technologies and ongoing terrorist activity, says Dan Ostergaard, a member of the Darla Moore School of Business faculty and former Department of Homeland Security official. Read More...

USC engineers to research storage of nuclear fuel

A $4 million federal grant will fund research into ways to more effectively and safely store used fuel left over from the nuclear power industry. Read More...

Homeowners Mortgage Enterprises names vice president

StahlJohn J. Stahl III will be vice president and retail state manager for North Carolina, South Carolina and coastal Georgia at the Columbia-based regional mortgage banking firm. Read More...

One Columbia to unveil public art piece

The unveiling event will take place Wednesday, at 10 a.m., on the 1400 block of Main Street. Read More...

McNair firm adds Saleeby to tax practice

SaleebyAndrew Saleeby will work in the law firm’s Columbia office. He is a certified public accountant and was previously employed with the S.C. Department of Revenue as a corporate income tax auditor. Read More...


Columbia, DHEC set Green is Good for Business Conference

The 2014 conference, set for Sept. 30, will feature recycling industry officials participating on a panel that will explore how recycling is making treasure out of trash in the Palmetto State. Read More...

Former Santee Cooper executive joins Nelson Mullins

BrogdonJim Brogdon, former general counsel and executive vice president for Santee Cooper, has joined the Columbia office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP as an attorney of counsel. Read More...